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1949 - 50 HORNETS Don Vladic, Bob Sheppard, Harry Christiansen, Ted Eik, Blackie Yonce, Bud Gilbert, Bob Wicken- shaw, Mac Johnson, Bob Deming, Henry French, Ed Haratyk, Wetsit, Pat Harrington, Jack Robinson, Les Heins, Roger Glenn, Shorty Alterowitz, Coach Bob Sando, manager, not pictured. Also not pictured center Greg Clavadetscher and Ed Robinson. MM. LET'S BACK THE JACKETS Stage Crew \Craig s Wife\ Chain Gang EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION VOLUME I BILLINGS, MONTANA, DECEMBER 1, 1949 NUMBER 9 Christmas Formal Tonight After the regular business meet- 22-23—Eastern at Powell, Wyo., ing of the M.E.A. where Bruce I Christmas Tourney. Rafn, Jeanette Culbertson and January: Bob Sando were appointed to work on a temporary committee for American Education Week, Mr. Gloege introduced a method of discussing problems within the group. It was called \Group Dy- namics\ and was set up as a workshop with all the M.E.A. members participating. Since it aroused so much interest, the club plans to continue with this proj- ect for the next meeting. Other guests who helped to demonstrate \group dynamics\ CLUB NEWS HEALTH & SAFETY Dick Bjorgum Walter Craig Marvin Kreek Irene Messmer Robert Reuter Miss Stevenson (Faculty Advisor) M.E.A. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE December: 6—Eastern at S. Dak. Mines. 7—Eastern at B.H.T.C. 10—Eastern at Rocky 12—Butte at Eastern 13—Butte at Eastern 19—Northern at Eastern 26—Eastern at Carrol 27—Eastern at Havre 28—Eastern at Havre 31—Eastern at Rocky February: 3—Carroll at Eastern 4—Carroll at Eastern 9—Eastern at Butte 10—Eastern at Dillon 11—Eastern at Dillon 16—Dillon at Eastern 21—Rocky at Eastern EASTERN vs. N. D. December 5th EASTERN vs. S. D. December 6th SENIOR H. S. GYM wall brackets and the students were Miss Smiley, Mrs. Voyta, themselves are going to design Miss Groom and Mr. Lyle Cooper. the drapes and hand block them. Two groups were formed, one Next on the agenda and a new discussing \Corporal Punishment\ class offered at Eastern is and the other subject, \Teacher jewelry work with copper, silver Ethics.\ and brass, wire and sheet metal. After both groups had given Clay modeling, in which the stud- their reports, Miss Mary Condon, ents, when they receive the kiln state superintendent of schools, that has been ordered, will be gave a short speech. able to fire pottery. Since this is I j Next week's recreation will be a new course, Mr. Lucas feels that handled by Bud Richards, refresh- the students find it very fascinat- ments by Agnes Mosdahl and Jo ing and their Nx , ork is progressing _. rapidly. Fisher. Miss Johnson, who is a new member of the art department and well liked by all her students, has taken the painting class which advocates the spontaneous re- sponse of the individuals students. Miss Johnson finds this very in- teresting and the variety of work stimulating. She also teaches an- other new course—history of art. Through the efforts of the art department all the organizations and clubs in school will benefit; but students! let's give them at least a few days notice on those signs and posters; they're really swamped! This brings us back to some more of the activities of the department such as posters and silk screening. The hope of this deaprtment this far the coming year is to sponsor art exhibits that will be interesting to the whole student body, also, watch for an exhibit each time one of the EMCOE series is presented. \STINGER\ CHOSEN AS I.K. CHAPTER NAME The local group of Intercolleg- iate Knights have selected \Sting- er\ as the name on the Eastern campus. This is in keeping with tradition to select a portion of the emblem of the school for the chapter tag. The Stingers now are active in school functions of all types. Un- der the direction of the Student Council, the I.K.'s handled admit- tance to the recent Intercollegiate dance. Ushering at Dr. Roy's lec- ture was done by the I.K.'s Future plans include the sponsorship of a movie dance after the Decem- ber 9 basketball game and the muscle work connected with the half-time activities during the Roundtable Tournament at the Senior High School, December 5 and 6. The Stingers are a new club to Eastern but already performing the duties so badly needed in the school. As a national honorary service fraternity, the motto is \service.\ ANGLES ON THE ART DEPARTMENT While strolling down the halls of Eastern a thought struck me. Maybe I should amble into the art department and see just what goes on. To someone who has never handled a palette and brush, an art room may seem quite a hodge podge of color, cir- cles, liaes, angles, designs, metal, jewelry, paint, clay—I could go on like this for hours, but in my confusion I met Mr. Lucas bust- ling along so I prevailed upon him to rescue me from my delema. In so doing he explained that the interior design class has done most of the preliminary work on the Student Lounge. It is all ready now for the painters, carpenters and electricians. For just a pre- view into how things will look in the lounge. The room is to be lighted by indirect lighting from EVERY DAY AT EASTERN The band deserves much pub- licity and credit for the fine job it has been doing for Eastern ac- tivities. There is no denying that the music masters add to the spirit of sports events. Led by high- stepping baton twirlers, the half- at Day were effective. Easterners should now concentrate on providing uniforms for the band members and baton twirlers so they will be dressed \fit to kill\—not literally, of course. The Butte \Buzzies\ were de- feated 20-6 at Laurel by the Daylis Cubs, an independent team organized by Billings graduates. Sonny Herzog and Jim Walker, former Easternites, contributed their all for the Cubs. Eastern needs more rooters like Al Staley, Al Foster and Jack Miller!!!! CAMPUS NEWS Congratulations are in order to Austin Sayer and Lois Durbin. Howard Guenther also is to be congratulated. We were informed that he got married, but he re- fuses to tel me her maiden name. EMCO heard from Annamae Strouf, who is teaching in Dent- on, Mont. Another subscriber to our paper! Hi, there, fun-lovers. We've got news for you. A big formal dance is going to be held this Friday night at 9 o'clock in Eastern's gym. There are going to be all kinds of celebrities there—Bob Hope, Betty Grable, Tyrone Pow- er, Earl Halverson and others. All kidding aside, kids, it is really going to be a terrific af- fair. Bambi Larson is the chair- man of the Decoration and En- tertainment Committe. Tom (Cu- pid) Keating is the co-chairman. Other members include Jerine Grimstad, Dick Sitzman, Calvin Tilleson, Les Heins, Chris Glantz and Jeanette Culbertson. That man from \Chi Mr. Weichert, is the advisor. You \cats\ beter all join in because it's going to be a really great affair. The smooth outfit we're counting on for the 'music is the band belonging to Frank Fredericks. We're expecting all you married people to bring your husbands or wives. And all you unmarried people are supposed to bring your gals or guy-friends. If you can't find one, be sure to get in touch with Bambi Larson, who is in charge of the date bureau. STUDENT UNION OFFICERS ELECTED nie Cattnach, secretary. Goals for this school year set up by the Board include continued service to the school by the ac- commodations in the cafeteria and Student Union Room. This year's Board has the vital job of planning the proposed Student Union building on the Eastern campus and appointing an archi- tect for the job within the next few month. A plea for all si.sg- gestions by all members of the student body for their ideas on the proposed building has gone out. This is such an important phase in the future of the school that everyone with a glimmer of an idea that he wishes to incorp- orate in the future tSudent Union building should get in contact with a Student Union Board member or attend the S. U. B. meetings. Membership on the Board other than officers are: Tom Morledge, Dorothy Dusapin, Lester Heins, Peter Ales, with faculty members Mr. Johnson, Mr. Weichert and Mr. Gloege. time ceremonies and for Armistice Ed Robinson was elected presi- dent of the Student Union Board during a regular meeting on No- vember 21. Other officers elected Homecoming were Celeste lams, vice president; very Carl Hanson, treasurer; and Bon-